Dessi and Gery, a sister act devoted to the artistry of the hula hoop, would appear tame enough, until Dessi, grabbing a ring with her right hand, is hoisted above the crowd. ... (People surrender state secrets for less, but they usually get to wear more clothes.) ... The clowns, I have come to believe, are just camouflage.
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